Honduras: A mother searches for justice in a 'narco-state'

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Former Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez now sits in a US prison, but those left behind are still searching for justice from his brutal regime.
One of them – the mother of a student suspected to have been murdered by corrupt police – shared her story with the BBC's Will Grant.
For more, watch Honduras: The Rise and Fall of a 'Narco-state'
Searching for justice in a 'narco-state' Video, 00:03:14
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